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The commonly agreed Zipf-like access pattern of Web workloads is mainly based on Internet measurements when text-based content dominated the Web traffic. However, with dramatic increase of media traffic on the Internet, the inconsistency between the access patterns of media objects and the Zipf model has been observed in a number of studies. An insightful understanding of media access patterns is essential to guide Internet system design and management, including resource provisioning and performance optimizations.
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